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THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGY
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND COCKTAIL PARTY

THURSDAY, 11 August 2011 AT 16:30

The Annual General Meeting of the Institute is to be held at The Country Club, Johannesburg,
Napier Road, Auckland Park on Thursday, 11 August 2011 at 16:30 when
Professor Nielen van der Merwe will deliver his Presidential Address entitled:

‘The Role of the SAIMM and the Universities in the Future of the
South African Mining Industry’
Download the invitation with full details and directions here...

1. Welcome
2. Confirmation of minutes
3. Obituaries
4. Honorary Life Fellowship
5. Brigadier Stokes Memorial Award
6. Presentation of awards, medals, and certificates
7. Presentation of student prizes
8. Annual report of the Council and accounts for the year ended 30 June 2011
9. Declaration of election of office bearers and members of Council for the year 2011/2012
10. Election of auditors and honorary legal advisors for the year 2011/2012
11. General
12. Induction of President—J.N. van der Merwe
13. Presidential address
14. Vote of thanks
15. Photographs of all Council members

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